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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAJtY HERALD, FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1909.. SPORTS AND AMUSEMENTS WON AND LOST LetKbridge Played a Double-Header At Moose Jaw FINAL GAME FOR CITY CHAMPIONSHIP Jaw. July At the after- Tilt- executive- of tht- City Football League held their regular inoftinu last night in th? Balmoral Hvtt-1. Prosi'ifiit Dupfii occupied the chair. and every delegate but on- was in 1 His place. event Jaw won by the j The secretary read the rules gov- score of Lothbridge was weak i -ruing the Beimel Shield competition. both in fieldiuc and pitching. Kill- which had coiue to hand, also a let- alv was pur out "i the game in the j ter fruin the Alberta Football fourth for disputing a decision of the j elation, asking iur the name of. the umpire Canty better. In the last inning Currie j Tincher Creek for the championship went up and walked two, allowing j of the soirtlvern division. It w'a? Lftthbridge to almost even the decided to write -.The MOOSE O'Hayer. Ib 4 Taylor. 2b 3 Williams, cf 4 3 Ward, c 4 Godfrey. If 3 Oirostead. 3b 2 Anthony, rf 1 Currie. p 4 or ire. He had passed five men. I champions of the league and t-uqair- ty relieved him and did little j ing whether Lethbridge had played asking the A.F.A. for their decision to whether the AB R H 0 A present Lethbridgp-Pincrfer Creek 1 2 10 0 0 i match was a league game. 5 '2 0 j it was reported that tin- Caiedon- 1 0 1 i and SODS of England had iail- 4 0 j u- agree on a date for the tie 6 fljgarne for the city championship. The 2 0 0 j S.O.E. wanting Tuesday next, and I 2 0 j tjjf. Cal'-ifS pressing for a postpone- 010 mem until Fair lijne. It was de- cided at a previous meeting that rhis game should be played on or before Thursday, Aug. 5th, and that decis- ion was bided by. On a vote be- ing taken, the casting vote of the 0 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 LETHHRIDCME- Joe Corrigan, cf __ 3 Jack rf 4 Check, 2b......... 5 If-.............. 4 Lynch, c 4 Bell, ss 1 5 7 27 15 1 AB E H O A E 01001 0110 Oj chairman fixed Thursday.. Ausj. 5th 0. 0 1 0 01 as. -the date for the championship 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 j game. Captain of the 5 0 J Grassy Lake F. C. will be asked 'to 1025 21 take the whistle. R. Fairbrother _of TpwhseiKl, lb 4 1 1 12 0 1 the Leafs and S. W. Tuckwe.ll, HcGarry. 3b 4 1 .JSIlaly, p 2 0 -Gamy, p i i 0 2 0 3 1 1 32 4 7 24 12 4 hits. Taylor, Walters; stolen bases, O'Hayer. Wal- ters, Anthony: two-base hits. Town- send, Walters; tfiree-base hit, Hayer; .struck by Cmrei.5. fay Killaly 1, by Ganly 2: bases on balls, Currie 4. off Killaly 5. off Canty 3; double play, Bell to Townsend; teft on bases, Lethbridge a, Moose Jaw 10; umpire., time of game, 1.45. Score -by itoose Jaw ___.T... .1210 001 5 000 4 Second Moose Jaw Leth bridge 010 000 8 2 001 000 200 3 13 0 Batteries: Lezie and Lynch; Smith and Ward. Umpire Shunter.. STANDING Won Lost P.O. Medicine Hat 3S 16 Winnipeg......... 44 23 Moose Jaw 32 30 Calgary 32 30 Lethbridge 29 3! Regiria 2G 34 Brandon 05 40 Edmonton 17 40 .704 .657 .516 .516 .483 of the Foresters, will be linesmen. j Wright Chanty Shield j The draws for the Wright Charity j Shield were then made and resulted j as follows: S. 0. E. vs. Caledonians. Maple Leafs vs. A. O. F. The first game -will be played, berj the last, named teams on i Monday. Aug. 9th. referee Tabriim., j and the match between the Callies i ami S. 0. E. probably during the! Fair In this way the primary ob- j ject of the competition will be at- ejection of funds to- wards maintaining a bed in the ho's-1 pitjul for amateur ithletes. There j will be three 'gaini-s in all, unle-s i'! tie necessitates a rrplay.. The v. n- ners of -each match will play r ft the final. President Dupen and Assist j Tuckwell are now busily engaged in j securing1 a stuifeble place for tht? j Foresters to hang the shield for one j year at feast. j All members of the S.O.E.F.C. are j requested to turn out at the Bar-1 rucks tonight at 7.30. Fail not. j BASEBALL RESULTS I National CREEK LOST AT POLO! .295! j (Special to the Herald.) j Piijc-h'-r Creek, July nr-ucli between Pinche-r tennis, which hud been f'ii till-- tapis for some tim..-, took place at the last named Town on i Friday last. The ot tiinj tennis as follows: Mil-'-s, Fettit, Clarkson. Piticher! Shoultz, Cooper, Rob- j ertsun. About tlnvo o'clock the Wt 'started wnh 'Mv. as I umpire. It noticed at thf set that TWO player.- who iiaii dorn-j duty- for the North Fork team on I previi-iu-- uccasions. weiv in the ui> of ihe Cowley Tram. Th.- game! a spirited and somewhat f-scit-j ini: from its inception, and at I time- the spectators were treated to i some brilliant playing. Luck seemed j to be against the Pinchur Creek team all throucrli the game, which re- -uked in 5--j in favor of C'owiev A'r P it t.- Pitrsburg. 4; Philadelphia 3. At St. St. Louis 3; Chicago 6. American At St. Louis 5: Boston 3. At Washington First Washington 3: Chicago 2. Second Game- Washington 1: Chicago 2. At New York- Detroit 2: New York 11. Ar. First Game- Philadelphia 2; Cleveland f. Second Game Philadelphia. 9: Cleveland 4. Eastern At Montreal Providenci- 8: Montreal 4. At .'Baltimore 0: Toronto 6. At Jersey City 2; Buffalo 6. At Newark 0: Northwestern At 4; Tacorna 3. At Spokane- Aberdeen 9; Spokane 6. At Vancouver Portland 7; Vancouver 2. Western Canada At Brandon First Game _ 'Brandon 020000000-2 6 The and best pleased au- Calgary 5 2idience the week greeted the Jean- Batteries: Morrell and Stingle; nr- Russell company last night at the Porkes and Sheehan. Umpire Grim- j Lyceum tent and witnessed an ex- es- production of Maud Adams' Second i favi.riU: play. "The Little Minister." Brandon 200 020 8 3 j Miss Russell a-s Lady Bobbie showed Calgary 8 3 j great Tersitality grace and ability Batteries: Earl and pleased moro than in any other han. Sheehan and Gouchee. Umpire {role in which she has yet. appeared. Grimes. Ray Brandon in the role of the Little At First j Minister was all the pan demanded, Winnipeg 012 000 Olx 4j A very pleasing feature was the per- Ktiruonton 001 001 2 ifci Scotch dialect all through the Batteries: Cierzan and Aderson; play especially by Messrs. Yule, How- Smith, and Gragion. j atson, Swift and Kelsey. Second i The specialties were excellent. To- Cdmonton 000 000 "ight on account of numerous re- 103 000 5j quests "The Squaw Man" win be Batteries: Stirling anil Gragion the bill instead of "An Englishman's "CoITms Anderson. j as previously advertised and At j the much talked of "Englishman's tmifw, ri Mtuuuaii. __ j HOQJC" will W given Saturday night. FOOTBALL MONDAY NIGHT Thfiv will be a friendly innTch on tiie squar-1 Monday night between the A. 0. F. and S. 0. E. Tho Foresters nrt- putting out their full team and a irood 'game should result. All mftinbfr? of the A.O.K. are re-j qut'stpd to be on hand at 6.30 sharp.! AT THE LYCEUM TENT We Want to Know You and You to Know Us Great Money-Saving Sale a Shoe Snap 400 PAIRS SAMPLE SHOES, in Sizes 7, 7 1-2 and 8, every pair in the lot worth some worth some worth some worth Every pair new and up to the minute in styles, Goodyear welted. Sale Price See samples in our window. This is the greatest Shoe Bargain ever given BOYS', YOUTHS' and LITTLE GENTS' SHOES, 100 pairs to choose from, sizes 11 to 5 regular and Sale price BOYS' WASH SUITS, haif price to clear BOYS' STRAW and LINEN HATS, to clear, half price A snap in Boys' Caps 20c Men's tailored Suits, high grade fancy Worsted. Other stores sell this suit at Our Sale Price 16.50 Macleod Bros. Clothing is in a class of its own See this cut on the inside At one-third regular price Sample Top Coats for fall wear, regu- lar An overcoat that holds every element of good .quality, holds its shape, its style, color and finish Sale price Fancy Hose All high class fancy Hose, in very pretty_ patterns in Lisle, mer- cerized silk. Regular prices 35c, 50c and 75c Sale Price 25c Heavy Cotton, regular 20c, sale price lOc i'f Regular Sale price Fine Balbriggan Underwear 60c 35c f, 75c 50c Fine worsted, all.sizes 2 cases fleece lined Underwear 65c 50c TRUNK AND SUIT CASE Full Assortment iust to Hand J MACLEOD BROS 816 to 818 Allan Block, 1st St., E. CALGARY Barnsley Block, Crabb Street, LETHBRIDGE The Great Clothiers of the Great West ;